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Darling Southwest Style Silvertone & Faux Turquoise Flower & Ring Belt or Necklace
SALE SOUTHWEST STYLE FAUX TURQUOISE FLOWER & RING BELT NECKLACE! This cute piece can serve as a belt or as a necklace. I expect it originally was made for a belt, but I don't know why you couldn't just use it as either.....and perhaps even use it to connect a scarf to and wear that way.
Each silvertone disc is a "flower within a flower" design with a faux turquoise at the center of the inside flower. They each are app. 1" across with connectors on either side that are attached to 1/2" silver rings. I find no markings anywhere on the piece to say whether it is sterling or not, thus I just put silvertone. There are 16 of the flowers, and 16 of the little circular rings. so from end to end it measures 29 1/2" long. I have shown you one flower that needs to have the little faux turquoise taken off and re-glued to the center, but didn't want any surprises, so leaving it as is. Even there, it's hardly noticeable, but I wanted to mention everything.
I bought this from a local estate, and estimate it to be from the 1980's or possibly early 90's. It's such a good copy of a very expensive one I just saw at one of the Nashville shows, that I thought I would see if there was interest in having one that's just without the real sterling and turquoise. I think it's just darling.
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Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver & Turquoise, Size: 29 1/2" Long
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